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CDC weighs 3rd vaccine dose for immune compromised people as COVID-19 surges in the unvaccinated

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CDC weighs 3rd vaccine dose for immune compromised people as COVID-19 surges in the unvaccinated

CDC weighs 3rd vaccine dose for immune compromised people as COVID-19 surges in the unvaccinated

The CDC is now discussing a possible third dose for folks with compromised immune systems. During a presentation Thursday, the CDC said the FDA hasn’t received enough data to support a third dose but is continuing to assess safety studies and expert opinion to determine if it's needed.


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